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shots fired just before 3:00 this afternoon, but at this minute not confirming how this all went down exactly. >> somebody happened upon the scene and call the police. i'm sure you heard the radio traffic. ryan: des moines police chief dana wingert on scene as well as polk county attorney john sarcone. at this moment no information , available right now on the victims or a potential suspect. reporting live in des moines, ryan smith, kcci 8 news, iowa's news leader. stacey: also right now at 5:00 freezing rain and snow impacting , north western and north central iowa. steve: here in the metro, steady rain falling all morning and afternoon. kurtis: the metro escaping the main part of this system. you can see the snow still spinning off to the northwest.
we are actually drawing in some dry air. rain showers from the east side of town extending over into poweshiek county. a little bit of light snow. sleep. all rain on the diagonal. some heavier rain in cedar rapids and waterloo. we are at 38 degrees. commute here. you have to head out to clarion or storm lake to see those temperatures around freezing. they had ice earlier today and that. mid-30's. mixing in a little bit of snow to the west and northwest. cloudy skies. 6:00 p.m., we drop below freezing. snowfall amounts through wednesday, less than an inch in wraparound snow.
northwestern iowa, 5-8 there. steve: 38 degrees never felt so good. let's take a look at a couple of traffic cams. this is the north east mixmaster. now let's move to i-235. once again, the roads are wet, fine. we will take a look at statewide road conditions courtesy of 511 ia.org. you can see those pink roads are completely covered with ice and/or snow. blue are partially covered and green roads are normal. more winter weather chances overnight, possibly a rain-snow makes. keep -- rain-snow mix. keep kcci eight news with you 24-7 right on your smartphone. you can check road reports, live
interactive radar, weather alerts, and school closings, all in the palm of your hand. stacey: also right now at 5:00 the investigation into a a , weekend murder on court avenue continues. kcci's marcus mcintosh has the story for us. marcus: with the weekend murder and a number of assaults, people who work and play on court avenue want something done so they don't lose their feeling of security. this makeshift memorial, a reminder of what happened near third and court ave early sunday morning. 21-year-old edmanuel perez died at a local hospital after being shot. another man, 23-year-old andrew hurley-boyd also shot and is currently in the hospital. published reports indicate the deadly shooting followed a fight between two groups of people. at this point, there have been no arrests. those who frequent the area are saying enough is enough. they are looking to city and county leaders for answers and help. we spoke to county supervisor angela connolly who says the violence can be stopped, but it will take a team effort. >> we are working with city
sure that we have something in place very soon that we are working toweards to identify measures, we may need extra lighting possibly cameras on the buildings something of that nature. marcus: tonight at 6:00, we have an interview with the man who called 911 who tells us what he saw early sunday morning. in studio, marcus mcintosh, kcci 8 news, iowa's news leader. stacey: des moines police say they're investigating another shooting. officers found 41-year-old charles shur wounded in a yard at 2847 cottage grove late last night. witnesses say shur was shot in his stomach and leg. officers say shur was able to talk. he told them two men tried to rob him as he and a friend walked to a nearby store. shur says the men shot him after not getting anything. that case is still under investigation. steve: the man accused of opening fire at a colorado springs planned parenthood made his first court appearance today. robert dear is accused of killing a police officer and 2 civilians, one an iraq war veteran, the other a mother of 2. both were accompanying separate
the rampage sparked an hours long standoff and shooting on friday. 9 other people were wounded. here in iowa, planned parenthood of the heartland says security at their clinics is a top priority. they released a statement to us today saying, "even in a poisonous environment that feeds acts of violence, we will never back down from providing high-quality health care in a safe, supportive, environment." stacey: commitment 2016 news tonight. he's far behind in the republican presidential polls, but ohio governor john kasich is taking shots at the leader of the pack, donald trump. kcci's mark tauscheck interviewed kasich during his iowa swing today. mark: kasich is still very confident he can catch the ten candidates polling ahead of him in the race for the republican nomination. gov. kasich: i'm really not that well known and it's amazing, for all the time i've spent in office and the time i spent on television. mark: governor john kasich says if he wins the nomination iowans
would see a lot of him but so far he is spending more time in new hampshire. gov. kasich: i was like ohio, it is like a giant state. with new hampshire, it is so close. you can get the people and it's not a caucus. mark: the longtime ohio congressman appeared at the presidential caucus series at iowa state, and addressed the threat of isis. gov. kasich: we will see military action on the ground. no more is one just from the air. mark: lately, kasich has spent trump. his campaign paid for a video making the rounds online listing groups from hispanics to muslims to journalists the video says have been targeted by the flamboyant frontrunner. >> if he keeps going and he actually becomes president he might just get around to you. mark: kasich doesn't think trump will win the nomination. he's got a ceiling and he maybe gov. kasich: even have a floor and i think if you take a look at things about 80% of republicans don't support him.
attention to his own low poll numbers. gov. kasich: i've always been somewhat underestimated. first they said i wouldn't get in the race, then they said i couldn't raise the money, then they said i couldn't get on the stage. guess what, i'm one of the few governors still and and were doing well. mark: you heard kasich mention trump's ceiling. he doesn't think supporters of other candidates will align with trump when their candidates drop out. so he feels trump will be no longer be first in the polls by caucus day. in studio, mark tauscheck, kcci 8 news, iowa's news leader. stacey: other republican candidates are criss-crossing the state today. donald trump in spencer and davenport. mike huckabee in sidney and glenwood. jeb bush is in goose lake. texas senator ted cruz is holding town hall meetings in coralville, clinton, and bettendorf. steve: iowa state university introduced its brand-new head football coach this afternoon up in ames. stacey: sports director andy garman has the latest for us on coach matt campbell's first cyclone news conference. andy: it is safe to say, if any
cyclones fans were on the fence about their new coach, they are all in after hearing him take the mic and express his vision for isu football. campbell takes over for the fired paul rhoads. people run the cyclone program and will -- and has already hit the ball -- already the ground running by generally jumping in with both feet. >> it is about having the foundation around you to get this thing done. we have a great foundation around this program. to me, that is the great challenge. i love a challenge. that is why i knew this was the right place for matt campbell. andy: camel has a tremendous amount of success on his resume including a national championship as a player and a coach at mount union in division iii. up in ames, vanessa peng checking in with the fans. what are they saying about coach campbell?
are returning to ohio -- to iowa state after thanksgiving break and they say they're excited to hear the news. students say they have high hopes for coach matt campbell. they tell me they're excited about a new coach that comes to isu with a winning record. fans we spoke to today also say they're looking forward to a new game day experience at isu. >> it could have been a lot more fun than it was because we always came in knowing we really didn't have the best chance i guess. it'll be cool now to see how that feeling changes. vanessa: coming up tonight at 6:00 we'll show you how cyclone , club members, people part of the booster club here at isu feel about the new coach. , live in ames, vanessa peng, kcci 8 news, iowa's news leader. steve: next on the news at five, climate change talks. the top issues being talked about in france under a shroud of security. plus, air quality alert. where people are being urged to stay inside because the smog-choked air is far too
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mclaughlin. steve: all eyes are on france this week as world leaders meet to discuss climate change. stacey: is all happening just two weeks after the deadly terror attacks in paris. diane roberts joins us live from washington with the story. diane: day one of the climate change conference ended with dinner between the french and us -- french and u.s. delegations. but it began with a moment of silence for the victims of the terror attack. before heading to the summit, president obama paid his respects at the bataclan nightclub in paris, laying a single white rose at a memorial for 90 people who died there during terror attacks earlier this month. pres. obama: we have come to paris to show our resolve. diane with fears of more attacks : looming, the two weeks of u.n.-organized meetings in le bourget, france are on extra-high security alert. president obama saluted the people of paris for insisting the conference continue despite
novemberpres. obama: what greater rejection of those who would tear down our world than marshaling our best efforts to save it. diane host president, francois : hollande, expressing gratitude for support following the attacks, says fighting terrorism and climate change are two great challenges the world must rise to. mr. hollande: because we must leave our children more than a world free of terror. diane the white house said today : isis's objective is clear, to disrupt people from living their lives and doing their business. and that nearly 200 countries showing up for the summit outside paris sends terrorists a very clear message. the goal of the conference to come up with a long-term global agreement to combat climate change. stacey: half a world away from that climate conference, china's capital is suffering through its
worst air pollution of the year. monitoring sites in beijing report extremely hazardous levels of pollutants. city authorities are issuing a rare orange alert. residents have been told to stay inside and polluting factories are required to reduce production. steve: jury selection begins in the trial of a baltimore police officer charged in the death of freddie gray. gray's death, while in police custody, sparked widespread protests and rioting in baltimore. here's officer william porter and his lawyer walking into the courthouse this morning. porter now faces charges that include manslaughter, assault, and reckless endangerment. steve: the university of chicago at illinois says one of has been arrested in connection with threats made against the school. uic says its campus police have now increased patrols. classes were cancelled today after the fbi passed along information about the threats. stacey: a live look outside
right now from our d.o.t. traffic cam. rhodes went across the metro at this point. now we have some new video from northern iowa. this comes to us from near algona. residents there experienced white-out conditions. snowfall rates earlier today were as much as one inch per hour. steve: kurtis, with as much moisture as there is coming out of the sky, i'm glad in des moines we're above freezing. kurtis: what a difference a few degrees makes. in western iowa, 7-8 inches of snow. the dew point at 35. it will take some time for us to drop down below freezing. south-southeast winds at six. they had that coating of ice and then through some snow on top of it.
here is a shot coming in northern iowa of what the roadways looked like. light snow over towards the missouri river valley. 9:00 p.m., the system starts to move in. midnight, still at 35 and it looks like some light snow up in northern iowa. areas in blue are some light snow and areas in purple a little bit of a light wintry mix. generally dry across most of the metro. this is some very light snow showers out of the door and bagley. you can see the system is still the heart of the system has to pull on through although it looks like a good portion of this will wobble through northwestern iowa. that typically happens on the
as it parks to the north, that are chance of snow showers. a little bit of a mixed moving in. it comes that wraparound snow. tomorrow, mainly north of showers. they will continue on wednesday although the system will kind of wind up and spit out some flurries wednesday. northwestern iowa of anywhere from 5-8" snow. it does a good story of telling the additional snowfall. from tuesday into wednesday, we will probably only see a quarter inch in the metro and add an additional two"-four" up in northern iowa. early tomorrow morning, some slick spots. some slick and maybe some freezing rain. temperatures again below
freezing overnight. tomorrow, the best chance of snow showers north of highway 30. i think we will get some snow showers here but they won't amount to much. we could still wrapped in a little snow on wednesday. better chances to the north, especially the minnesota border. here comes the sunshine thursday. some great weather. i wanted to stay for a little while longer. mid-to-upper 40's saturday and sunday and we continue with 40's next week. steve: just one accident to tell you about. 31st and woodland are a we do have injuries reported with this one. acrosshe metro, on i-235, things are a little slow right now. 17 minutes of your heading off to the west. off to the east, it is normal at seven minutes. stacey: we continue to follow
the breaking news at 5:00. a double homicide investigation going on right now in des moines. steve: the scene is just south of interstate 235. ryan smith is there live. ryan: des moines police dispatch receiving a call just before 3:00 this afternoon. the caller reportedly finding to dead bodies inside the home right behind me here. this address is 3819 center street. it is actually located just pedestrian bridge. earlier, our cameras were rolling when some police officers arrived on scene, who immediately carried out to children out of the house, and toddler. i am told by a police sergeant that they showed no signs of injury but were taken to a
animal control officers also on to be two or three small dogs removed from the scene. shots fired called but they are not telling us exactly what happened or what led up to the scene that is inside this home. no information at this hour on the victims or a potential suspect. we will be back at 6:00 for another update. steve: as ryan said, he will have much more tonight at 6:00.
but none of it will happen unless america leads. so, what are we waiting for? steve: today in the buzz, americans are shopping online from home and work today. stacey: it's cyber monday and shoppers are expected to spend $3 billion today. it is amazing. that's 12% more than last year. an increase in online shopping this year is taking a bite out of black friday. a new national retail federation survey shows more people shopping online than in stores over that long holiday weekend. so, what are the best deals this cyber monday? steve: wallet hub crunched the numbers for us.
the site found jewelry is the most discounted category at 56% off. computers and phone are least discounted at 28% off. soon, your holiday packages could be delivered very quickly by one of these drone. , a stacey: amazon showed off a prototype for a drone it plans to use to deliver packages in under 30 minutes. up to five pounds. steve: can you imagine how many of those will be in the air? we are curious how much holiday , shopping have you already done? stacey: is going to be here before we know it. we're asking the question in our kcci now poll. 29% of you say you're done. amazing. and 41% say they haven't even started. steve: foundry and that. to vote, call or text the number on your screen right now. or you can vote via facebook, twitter, and at kcci. when they told me that i was diagnosed with cancer, all i could think of was my kids and that i didn't want to leave them.
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